You might think that nobody comes to Myrtle Beach in the wintertime, but if you haven't spent Christmas or New Years in our sparkling city, you don't know what you're missing.
Yes, it can get chilly by Christmastime. There are days that don't get out of the 50's, and some nights in the 20's. By that same token, we've had several days this past week in the mid-70's, whether it's December or February..
Winter rates are super low and you might just have the best vacation you've ever thought about during the off-season in Myrtle Beach. Give it a try...it's so cheap you've got nothing to lose but a few days away from the snow and ice! Hey...we forgot to mention that way more hotels in Myrtle Beach allow pets in the off-season!